YouTube is taking the first steps in broadcasting the world's most viewed tournament.
Starting today, YouTube will broadcast the entire Indian Premier League Cricket Tournament, which begins today and runs through April 25.
According to CricInfo at ESPN, "The move is expected to give the IPL access to global markets, especially those where it does not have arrangements for live telecast. That includes the UK, where the rights were originally sold to the now-defunct Setanta and have not been re-sold and where the internet will now be the sole medium for fans to watch the IPL."
All the matches can be found here: http://www.youtube.com/user/ipl
The Saturday's matches get underway at 4:30 a.m. EST today with the Mumbai Indians vs. the Rajasthan Royals.
The entire schedule can be found here.
Sat., March 13
09:30 GMT | 15:00 local
04:30 EST | 03:30 CST | 01:30 PST
Second match - Mumbai Indians vs. Rajasthan Royals
Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai